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Offline Alsterstreek  
#51 Posted : 16 June 2016 11:43:07(UTC)
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Further to the sketch of the hinged flap design in post #50, an illustrated example - see pix.

One of the flaps during construction; the factory building can be removed separately.
2016-06-16_10-28-11.jpg

The layout part with flap in place, without terrain but still with factory, and without factory.
2016-06-16_10-29-47.jpg

Source:
http://stummiforum.de/vi...mp;t=85449&start=275
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#52 Posted : 18 June 2016 04:44:40(UTC)
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I did a flap/trap door on my last layout, though I felt the joins were too prominent - though it was just chipboard.

I see it can look a lot better though, thanks for the pictures!
modelling 1954 Germany (era IIIa)
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#53 Posted : 15 July 2016 18:12:06(UTC)
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I love this layout. It's the perfect balance of realism to MMR idealism IMHO. It looks good, but it's not super prototypical. Nothing feels out of place as a result, just right!

I'm totally going to steal that flap idea for a couple of areas of my layout.

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#54 Posted : 28 July 2016 15:50:43(UTC)
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Slide show of a German M-track vintage layout:

https://tischbahn.de/wei...us-f/nggallery/slideshow

Or click through the photos instead:

https://tischbahn.de/wei...ahnen/anlage-hr-b-aus-f/
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#55 Posted : 30 July 2016 21:58:27(UTC)
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C-track layout by Dutch modeler, 245 cm x 145 cm
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Source & more info: http://www.mymocom.com/m...nen/stbarbara-im-allgaeu
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#56 Posted : 04 September 2016 18:41:34(UTC)
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Ok, not Maerklin, but a German classic. Rolf Ertmer (died 2004) was a trained photograph who built with his wife three legendary numbered layouts. Here the track plans of Repabahn II (Repa = Rolf Ertmer, Paderborn) replicating both trackage and operations of the German station Altenbeken in H0 gauge.
repabahn-2.jpgrepabahn-1.jpg
And here two magazine covers.
25458526mn.jpg25458528hh.jpg
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#57 Posted : 19 October 2016 15:23:44(UTC)
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Circular spinning C-track layout.
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#58 Posted : 19 October 2016 23:52:42(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
Ok, not Maerklin, but a German classic. Rolf Ertmer (died 2004) was a trained photograph who built with his wife three legendary numbered layouts. Here the track plans of Repabahn II (Repa = Rolf Ertmer, Paderborn) replicating both trackage and operations of the German station Altenbeken in H0 gauge.

repabahn-1.jpg

25458528hh.jpg


That is interesting. IN the Repabahn layout, I see Willhelmshöhe and Kasselhöhe, which I'd bet draw their names form exisiting DB stations: Kassel, and Kassel-Willhelmshöhe in the state of Hessen. Though in the prototype, Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe is the more busy station as it is right on the main north-south mainline and all trains stop there, whereas Kassel as a head-end station in the city, may not get the full ICE/TEE/IC type traffic.

I also expect that the Repabahn naming is a additionally a play on the Reeperbahn in Hamburg, Germany, the street in Hamburg that has the famous red-light district, which is about a mile east of the Hamburg-Altona main station, and a mile west of Hamburg's famous MiWuLa. ( https://goo.gl/maps/QMXA28A8VP22 )
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#59 Posted : 21 October 2016 11:38:27(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Minok Go to Quoted Post
IN the Repabahn layout, I see Willhelmshöhe and Kasselhöhe, which I'd bet draw their names form exisiting DB stations: Kassel, and Kassel-Willhelmshöhe in the state of Hessen. Though in the prototype, Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe is the more busy station as it is right on the main north-south mainline and all trains stop there, whereas Kassel as a head-end station in the city, may not get the full ICE/TEE/IC type traffic.

That artistic license about station names ending on "Höhe" (= heights) reminds me of Alvin and Alvin Heights mentioned in the ALF 1980s TV series

Alvin:
"A planet of the solar system beyond Pluto and Dave (presumably the 11th planet). ALF convinces Brian to add both Alvin and Dave to his science carnival project. ALF claims to have nearly hit Alvin on his approach to Earth.
Another astronomical object on ALF's galactic atlas is known as Alvin Heights, although it is unknown as to whether this is another planet or a moon of Alvin."
http://alf.wikia.com/wiki/Alvin

Alvin Heights:
"An astrononmical object near the planet Alvin, which is the tenth planet from the sun (under the old system in which Pluto is also classified as a planet). Willie notices it next to Alvin on ALF's galactic map. It is unknown whether this is an additional planet or if it is a moon of Alvin."
http://alf.wikia.com/wiki/Alvin_Heights
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#60 Posted : 05 November 2016 22:36:53(UTC)
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Yungkurth.gif
“Sanspareil”: A Märklin-M Track interpretation of the 1960s zigzag switchback “Gum Stump & Snowshoe Railroad“ design by Chuck Yungkurth
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https://freeonrail.com/tag/sneak-off/
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#61 Posted : 05 November 2016 22:44:46(UTC)
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And by the same builder, again with Maerklin M track:
"Schnakenhoern", a free-lanced North Sea port switching layout.
dscn5572.jpgschnakenhoern-hafen-011.jpgschnakenhoern-hafen-012.jpgschnakenhoern-hafen-033.jpg
The disappearing siding represents the connection to the "outside world".
https://freeonrail.com/2...etro-style-micro-layout/
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#62 Posted : 11 November 2016 18:58:49(UTC)
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Hi,
A nice Marklin layout mentioned in Stummis forum in May 2016. Apologies if already posted elsewhere.
https://abload.de/img/img_20160527_204554trx6i.jpg

Link to forum article-
http://www.stummiforum.de/viewtopic.php?f=64&t=137726

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Offline Alsterstreek  
#63 Posted : 18 December 2016 11:56:50(UTC)
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Märklin H0 scale „Gartenbahn“, seasonally mounted from March to October 2010 and 2011, respectively. M track conserved with Teroson from below and spar vanish from above, except for railheads and PuKos for ensuring proper power pickup; C track with limited protection and prototypically rusted. Operations interrupted during rainfalls. Because of conservation measures, track can stay outside during the entire season. 2 m above ground level is a 3 m long pass tunnel, consisting of a weatherproof drainpipe buried under the soil; tunnel track is mounted on a wooden slat which is resting on lateral supports, thus permitting to pull out track plus train in case of a mishap in the tunnel

Statistics (varying from season to season):
1,000 pieces of track (80% M and 20% C track)
limited number of hand thrown turnouts (2011: 1 only)
10 tunnels and bridges, respectively
16 m total track length

http://www.mymocom.com/m...hnliche-modellbahnanlage

Thumbnails:
2016aussen1potpourri.png
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#64 Posted : 18 December 2016 11:59:06(UTC)
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And some larger images.
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#65 Posted : 20 December 2016 20:24:20(UTC)
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Follow up: The gent continued the tradition until today, but with a reduced scope since he moved house:

http://www.teppichbahn.de/Schieberkasten/index.htm

Click on any line to open photo galleries.
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#66 Posted : 20 December 2016 20:26:40(UTC)
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Loco depot: 80 x 120 cm analogue M track layout in kitchen table with controls in drawer and loco and station ambient noise via sound generators.
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http://www.mymocom.com/modellbahnen/tischanlage
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#67 Posted : 20 December 2016 21:56:51(UTC)
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Very cool idea, AK. Super. Peter. ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp
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#68 Posted : 20 December 2016 22:58:06(UTC)
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ADORABLE! very well done!
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#69 Posted : 24 December 2016 02:20:48(UTC)
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Large super-detailed K track layout without a single turnout. It is a dogbone with an extremely long main line. Each mountain contains a helix. Electric locos are fed via the catenary and don´t dispose of pickup shoes.
panorama02kleiner7bykx.jpg
Up to 20 trains can run simultaneously one after the other - like the prototype. Helixes serve as buffer. Besides off-the shelf Maerklin locos, the gent is running converted two-rail locos. The latter run well on normal track, but are sometimes cumbersome on turnouts. Further he experienced troubles with shadow station turnouts in the past. Therefore this radical solution.

Many images in his Stummiforum thread:
http://www.stummiforum.d...amp;t=54185&start=50
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#70 Posted : 25 December 2016 23:48:02(UTC)
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Ok, not Maerklin, but H0. And the multiple use of return loops calls for "three-rail" Maerklin to ensure short circuit-free operations.
o-m-u-st 2016.png
A central helix well distributes trains to three different layout segments.
o-m-u-st2016.jpg

http://www.stummiforum.de/viewtopic.php?t=93377
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#71 Posted : 26 December 2016 13:28:59(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post

A central helix well distributes trains to three different layout segments.


Oh, that is clever. First time I think I have come across a multilevel European layout along the lines of what the Americans tend to do.

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#72 Posted : 21 January 2017 17:58:43(UTC)
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From Denmark, the country known for urban sprawl.

Now honestly, I like the concept.

Edited by user 22 January 2017 09:43:52(UTC)  | Reason: Improved presentation

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Offline Alsterstreek  
#73 Posted : 20 April 2017 16:33:26(UTC)
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John Allen's legenday G & D - the best website with "meaningful" images I found up to now:

http://www.doug56.net/GD/
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#74 Posted : 21 April 2017 15:18:01(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
John Allen's legenday G & D - the best website with "meaningful" images I found up to now:

http://www.doug56.net/GD/


Excellent site, thanks for posting the link. I have known about the G&D for a long time, but had been unable to find a copy of the book. I do have a not that terribly good VHS tape of his layout. I think I will have to follow the Amazon links and get the book and DVD.

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#75 Posted : 01 May 2017 09:15:08(UTC)
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Another great documentation of the GD:

http://gdlines.info/G&D_Files.htm

A lot of historic MRR magazine article scans added earlier this year:
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#76 Posted : 01 May 2017 17:27:07(UTC)
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And the naming of the Kimchi gasworks indicates that Allen did not lack a sense of humour either.
I heard that lonesome whistle blow. Hank Williams
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#77 Posted : 14 September 2017 13:55:44(UTC)
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A Marklinist tries his luck on the small NOCH layout guidebook "Familien-Hobby Modellbahn" on 190 x 105 cm.
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https://www.stummiforum.de/viewtopic.php?t=145727

The NOCH "orginal:
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https://www.noch.de/de/r...en-hobby-modellbahn.html
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#78 Posted : 14 September 2017 15:17:40(UTC)
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so cute...
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#79 Posted : 14 September 2017 15:20:09(UTC)
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You know, where this layout would REALLY excell would be in Bemo HOm as a swiss narrow gauge alpine line....

Trains are shorter in real life, the curves tighter as well. You could do the "alp grum" station, with the one modification of the station on the opposite side. Add in a hidden passing siding and you would be in business for multi-train operation...
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#80 Posted : 11 October 2017 13:59:57(UTC)
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I like the artsy landscaping approach: reduced to the maximum.

:o)
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#81 Posted : 12 October 2017 00:48:44(UTC)
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WowDrool Drool Drool Blink Blink Scared Scared Scared ThumpUp ThumpUp Woot Woot Wub Wub

Would love to see the track plan of this layoutThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp
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#82 Posted : 12 October 2017 08:37:40(UTC)
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Yes, "Wow" can be said to describe that layout.
Lovely long trains, watching them winding around the curves BigGrin BigGrin BigGrin
Really enjoyed the scenery for being so simple and focus on the mountains and bridges and tunnels.

I didn't see quite how he prevents accidents on the line from one train catching up with the train in front.
On a few occasions a train would stop for a few moments and then go again. I wonder whether that was block control.
A couple of signals would be a useful addition, to regulate the traffic, even for the visual effect (you know that I like signals !)
Maybe all trains are set to travel at the same speed, but wouldn't it be nice if they stopped at the station ?

Anyway, thanks for sharing. I enjoyed watching the whole video !

Regards,BigGrin
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#83 Posted : 15 April 2019 13:04:29(UTC)
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Large Italian Maerklin layouts:

1) Genova


2) Torino





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#84 Posted : 15 April 2019 22:10:59(UTC)
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What a vast array of layout artistry! Drool

in re:

Post #25

Quote:
Compact demo layout by Maerklin factory on the occasion of 2012 "Modellbahnfreunde Senden e.V." exhibition. No track plan found. Note the convincing mountain valley scenery on limited space.


It is detailed in:

Bernhard Stein’s “schönste Modellbahnanlagen und Dioramen” © 1989 [published by Franckh’sche Verlagshandlung, Stuttgart], pp. 52-56 HO-Schaufensteranlage im Winterkleid (Store Window in Winter Dress). The dimensions are 1,80m depth on the "side" x 1,65m length on the mountain scene + 0,92m length on the leg for the endbahnhof. The layout plan is a basic oval (the bridge in the background) half of which is hidden, connected to the endbahnhof via a pair of switches just inside the front tunnel and the right-hand rear tunnel portals. The other branch of the front tunnel switch goes to a hidden siding which opens in the back of the alpine area for changing out the trains. Th elevations are 0,0 at the front at the creek bed, +6 for the endbahnhof and +16 for the oval tunnel route. This allows for two trains to run, one on the oval and one back and forth on the hidden siding-to-endbahnhof, then moving the one on the oval the endbahnhof and back again.

Quite good action for a demo and for play value as well. I have not mastered the fine art of scanning from a book and posting the plan, so I tried to describe it as best I can. Unsure

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#85 Posted : 11 August 2019 13:38:10(UTC)
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Era II layout capturing the spirit of that time period, mainly using Maerklin K track:

Photo galleries:
http://www.reichs-bahn.ch/gallery.html

Eisenbahn Journal article (scroll down since first page is blank):
http://www.reichs-bahn.ch/Resources/8wett_01.pdf
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#86 Posted : 03 September 2019 11:22:24(UTC)
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A French H0 scale attic layout. Photos:
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Videos:



Source: http://papybricolo.over-blog.com
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#87 Posted : 03 September 2019 14:22:50(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
Ok, not Maerklin, but a German classic. Rolf Ertmer (died 2004) was a trained photograph who built with his wife three legendary numbered layouts. Here the track plans of Repabahn II (Repa = Rolf Ertmer, Paderborn) replicating both trackage and operations of the German station Altenbeken in H0 gauge.
repabahn-2.jpgrepabahn-1.jpg
And here two magazine covers.
25458526mn.jpg25458528hh.jpg


Hello Alsterstreek,

A most memorable track plan of my youth! Reading about it here and then looking at the pictures brought back so many memories that I needed to comment on them.

I had my heart set on making that layout but I was never able to locate the track plan. I couldn't ever tell back then if it was HO or N scale. The Repabahn II is also mentioned in a 1970's model railroading book. I'll try to find it downstairs in my library.

Thanks for the memories!
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#88 Posted : 04 September 2019 15:04:31(UTC)
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I found the book, The Encyclopedia Of Mode Trains. Printed 1979. So that make me twenty years old, my does time fly it's now almost fourth years old an I am almost sixty.Crying Where has the time gone? Regards, Michel

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#89 Posted : 09 October 2019 13:51:56(UTC)
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In Sweden.
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#90 Posted : 01 November 2019 20:02:54(UTC)
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Era V M* layout.
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#91 Posted : 02 November 2019 18:41:01(UTC)
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Some more branch line pix.
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Is that the Bietschtal Bridge? I've got that kit to build, and I'm struggling to find the courage to start!
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#92 Posted : 02 November 2019 19:09:19(UTC)
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In Sweden.


He must have good air extraction with the number of locos producing smoke there ... Crying

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